In some ways, this film is unrealistic, but, in other ways, it’s quite realistic. I don’t think a hospital would leave anyone behind, but I also think that, in some senses, it does happen. Here we have a father who can’t leave his child because what’s keeping the child alive can’t be moved. Then you have the typical heart-pounding moments of the father doing everything he can to keep his child alive. It’s heartwarming. There are also slow moments as life ticks by. This is Paul Walker’s film in which to shine, and he does. This needs to be remembered as his final film – it’s worth a watch.